Today’s the end of the tax year in the United Kingdom. The IPKat, being a conscientious and law-abiding feline, wouldn’t like any UK tax-payers to forget. Accordingly he has put pen to paw and written the following lines:

Another financial new year has passed.
Here's hoping you're not too aghast
And that your savings are many --
So you can afford to spend a penny.

We hope that your endeavour earns
The right to dodge those tax returns.
And when, with care, your profits mass,
You can kick the Chancellor's assets.

Inland Revenue here
Strange taxes here and here
LET'S ALL BE GOOD CITIZENS AND PAY OUR TAXES LET'S ALL BE GOOD CITIZENS AND PAY OUR TAXES Reviewed by Jeremy and Ilanah on Monday, April 05, 2004 Rating: 5

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